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Old 11-19-2017, 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Pete Deksnis View Post
Maybe this is the back-end of the puzzle. Link to the graphic on my site of the only 15GP22 date code I know of that is not from 1954; it is from 1959 (in case the link doesn't work).

http://www.earlytelevision.org/Deksn...926-15GP22.jpg

Pete
Makes one wonder if it was a rebuild, or if the 15GP22 was still being manufactured new?

I figure RCA had built four or five thousand CT-100s, then there were the other 15 inchers (at least 500 Westinghouse sets, 100-200 GEs, etc) and finally all the studio monitors. There would have been some demand for 15GP22s into at least the 1960s. Probably not that great of one, but a real demand nonetheless.
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